The missing link to access control
Lausanne, Switzerland – 12th November 2019
FASTCOM Technology SA secures critical accesses with low ceilings.
The challenge: The security areas in data centers, listed buildings, parking and R&D areas have often developed without taking into account the access security aspects. Therefore, they do not meet today’s security requirements and construction standards. In particular, the ceiling heights often vary only between 210 cm and 250 cm. Thus, arises the challenge to realize people airlocks, material airlocks and combined people-material airlocks without having to carry out extensive construction work. The secure passage of handicapped persons has also to be taken into account.
The solution: With the development of the "Low Ceiling" option for its SMACS solutions, FASTCOM presents a solution for projects with low ceiling height, ranging from 210 cm to 250 cm. All people and material flows are reliably secured despite the low ceilings. The airlocks are quick and easy to use for the authorized persons, but block the passage of the unauthorized persons. Luggage and material flows can be handled securely, through separate access or through access combined with people flow.
The “Low Ceiling” option typically be applied to SMACS Flex, SMACS FlexMat and SMACS Mat. These solutions secure people flows, material flows as well as flow of disabled persons. Airlocks can have sizes up to 15m2 or more, with 2 to 4 doors.
"With the development of the "Low Ceiling" option for the SMACS solutions, many access areas that
were previously inadequate or very expensive to adapt can now be used to have secure accesses.
This opens many possibilities for our customers."
Dr. Fabrice Moscheni, CEO, FASTCOM Technology SA
FASTCOM is a leading company in providing multi-flow airlock solutions. Based in Switzerland, FASTCOM is an independent company and is active worldwide for more than 20 years. For more information, please visit www.fastcom-technology.com and www.smacs.com.
Dr. Fabrice Moscheni
+41 (0)21 619 0670
Press release (PDF)